Artist: Pull The Fuckin’ Trigger (Sutter Kain x Donnie Darko x Apollo Valdez)
Album: Until It’s My Time To Die
- Moments OF Death
- Cocaine Rap (ft. Sutter Kain x Danny)
- Nigh Vision
- Raw Rap (ft. Sediztikk)
- Jedi (ft. Lavar Ave)
- New Jersey Drive Pt. 3
- Trigger Music (ft. Taino)
- Knights Of Doom (ft. Taino)
- Pull The Fuckin’ Trigger (ft. Taino)
- Until It’s My Time To Die (ft. Sutter Kain)
- Slums (ft. Sabowtaj)
- Street Poems (ft. Sabowtaj)
- Bloody Snow (ft. Rhythm Writers)
- Everyday Stuggle Pt 2 (ft. Mike Sanders)
- Cocaine Rap Hanover Remix (ft. Charles Clear x Kaot Kraftsoff x ATRX)
- 2004 (ft. Conway x Black & Dirty White)
- Street Tales (ft. Jakk Frost x Black & Dirty White)
I have always been a fan of Never So Deep Records. So much so, that they even have their own category on this website. But 2017 was a very quiet year for the team musically. Actually it could be said the last couple of years it seemed that there was little music making coming from the camp. As they resume crafting the music that have endeared themselves to so many fans across the globe, it was important for the team to make a big splash in 2018. Hence we have the collaborative effort from Sutter Kain, Donnie Darko, and Appollo Valdez, known as Pull The Fuckin’ Trigger.
More new music from Never So Deep is always a welcome thing. This joint features bars from Left Coast emcees, Rhythm Writers, and Donnie Darko. And of course you hav ethe production from the most respected, DJ Bless.
It’s good to see the camp releasing some fire!
NSD’s, Rhythm Writers link up yet again with DJ Bless/Sutter Kain to create another win in terms of their latest single, Line In The Sand. The Duo of Mr. Crowley and Awax seem extremely focused on their rhyme skills and ability to make music over an almost, melancholy production from DJ Bless.
Every single I have heard from these guys has been dope, so I hope there is a project coming down the pipe.
DJ Bless outdid himself with this production! The chorus sounds like it was sung by a demonic doll. It just has this very creepy element to the track. For their part, The Rhythm Writers do not tread lightly and drop a nice sequence of bars. The combination of DJ Bless and The Rhythm Writers proves once again to be a win for hip hop heads.
I like the title…Death Circle. Seems right up my alley. The beat is a little more standard fair for DJ Bless than what I am used to hearing. It’s still dope, just not as much going on. The emcees are all reasonably good, but the third verse is given with a little more tenacity. I don’t know too much (or anything) about the group to give you details as to who is who…just trust me, you can tell a difference. I will have to hear more before I comment on Rhythm Writers but this is certainly above par.